So are face workouts here to stay?
It’s likely now with safer, more accessible and mainstream surgical and non-surgical procedures that demand in America’s cosmetics industry will grow.
Across the pond, however, the U.K. paints a different picture. According to The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the number of surgical cosmetic procedures actually fell 40 percent last year.
Analysts argue the rise in “relatable” social media celebrities such as YouTube star Zoella turning their backs on cosmetic enhancement could be the reason.
However, non-surgical operations, which include Botox injections, are still on the rise. Whether non-invasive beauty regimes such as face workouts could compete for that share of the market is still too early to say.
“And that’s your workout complete!”
Forty-five minutes of strenuous training, which included being zapped with an electric probe, and I am exhausted. So, would I go back?
I’m not thrilled with the idea of paying more than $350 to have my face injected with Botox but as the years tick by and my skin wrinkles like a sun-baked elephant my vanity will most likely force me to act.
Following my grueling workout, I met up with friends to re-hydrate and without knowing where I’d been they said I looked “fresh.” I may be forced to return to the FaceGym.